You can still support our Ventura County Library Adult Literacy program by shopping at Barnes & Noble online through Sept 17th!
Visit bn.com/bookfairs and support READ Ventura County Library Barnes & Noble Bookfair from the comfort of your home through 9/17/10 or enter Bookfair ID 10267466 at online checkout at bn.com/bookfairs.
Have you received exceptional assistance from a librarian? Has your library made a difference in your life? The 'I Love My Librarian' award encourages library users to recognize the accomplishments of exceptional librarians.
You can nominate your librarian for the third year of the Carnegie Corporation of New York/New York Times I Love My Librarian Award! Nominations for 2010 stay open through September 20.
On Sunday, Sept. 12, come join Faery Boon and Brownie Cletus as they take you to an enchanted place through stories, songs and laughs.
The magical faery adventure happens in the Community Room at the Simi Valley Library at 3pm. Costumes are optional!
Have fun and celebrate & support our Ventura County Library Adult Literacy program at the same time! Visit our table at Barnes & Noble in Ventura Sept. 10 - 13 with special events Friday evening, Sept. 10 and Saturday afternoon, Sept. 11. See our flyer (vouchers included)!
Almost EVERYTHING in the store counts which means you can enjoy food in the café, pick up a new game, choose from loads of CDs & DVDs, and lots more!
Check out the exciting new areas including Educational Toys & Games, Adult Games & Puzzles, BN@School, and NOOK the Barnes & Noble e-reader. There’s something for EVERYONE!
Can't attend our bookfair at Barnes & Noble? Visit bn.com/bookfairs and support READ Ventura County Library Barnes & Noble Bookfair from the comfort of your home from 09/10/10 to 09/13/10 or enter Bookfair ID 10267466 at online checkout at bn.com/bookfairs.
The program is for all ages. Jason performs standup comedy all over the country at venues such as The Improv, Funny Bones, Laugh Factory, Punchline and Zanies. He also syndicates his daily cartoon "Snapshots" to millions of readers in print and on the Internet. His humor column "So It Goes" has run in over 50 publications including the Ventura County Star.
His mother still asks when he is going to get a job!
Do you know someone who might benefit from online database access? Children's storytimes? Free Internet access? Books on CD? Downloadable audiobooks?
September is Library Card Sign-up Month, observed nationally since 1987, and the Ventura County Library wants to make sure all residents of Ventura County have the smartest card of all – a library card.
Getting a library card is easy. Visit a Ventura County Library, complete the library card application form and present it at the circulation desk along with picture identification showing your current street address.
“Your library card is the most important school supply of all,” says our Library Director, Jackie Griffin. “There’s a lot happening at Ventura County Library, and the best part for both children and parents, especially in these tough economic times, is that it’s all free with a library card.”
There's a whole world waiting for you @ your library!
Please join us at Ojai Library for an hour of beautiful acoustic guitar by Jesse Davis on Sunday afternoon, September 5 at 1pm.
Jesse has performed with the Ventura County Classical Guitar Society. He studies with Master Guitarist, Carlos Gonzales.
The booth, located in the Children's Building, promoted County-wide library services, Adult Literacy programs, and Childrens' & Adult programming. Fair attendees gathered information about library events, services & programming, and signed up for library cards.
Every year, the children's craft side of the booth is a big hit, and this year was no different! Children decorated hats and bandanas, played western dress-up and enjoyed a story time or two.
To those of you who visited: thanks for stopping by, we appreciated your energy, questions and suggestions!
To all: hope to see you next year!